The future of drain pipe repair is Nu-Flow trenchless pipe restoration, which uses a pulled-in-place structural epoxy soaked sleeve to re-line complete sewer systems or spot repair isolated leaks.

Accurate Leak and Line specializes in trenchless pipe repair (no-dig) and trenchless sewer repair as an alternative to sewer drain replacement.

We reline pipe systems from within the pipe, eliminating extensive and costly destruction and excavation of your home or business.

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Trenchless Sewer Repair Process

After a thorough diagnosis of an underground sewer system through such tests as a hydrostatic pressure test and video camera inspection, a custom-built plan is formulated to fit your repair needs using trenchless pipe repair to minimize digging and added expense.

Pneumatic cutting and cleaning tools such as our Scorpion Cutter are used to cut away root invasion and clear up any debris build up in your sewer line.

Drain lines are then made up onsite to the appropriate length and diameter of the pipe to be relined.  We saturate a felt sleeve with a two-part liquid epoxy resin solution that will have the same characteristics and qualities as new PVC once cured.

An inflated bladder that runs through the length of the liner holds the epoxy soaked sleeve to the inner walls of the pipe while it coats and fills any leaks, creating a structural bond to the host pipe.

The ⅛-¼ “ drain liner is cured and the inflatable bladder is removed, leaving a solid structural barrier between your wastewater and the soil beneath your home or building.

Our Nu Flow sewer liner can be used for trenchless sewer pipe repair on cast-iron drain lines, PVC, clay or any other type of drainage pipe or conduit.


Is Trenchless Pipe Repair Right For Your Property?

All of our clients make the final decision on whether they want non-invasive sewer pipe repair or more traditional methods during the consultation.

But our customers have found that trenchless drain line repair has got many benefits and it’s been the popular lower cost option!

Spot repairing aging sewer systems with traditional methods only to find a new leak soon after is often inefficient and more costly.

Up to 60 percent of direct pipe repair costs go to the reconstruction of the property after the sewer line repair is complete!

Is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair eco-friendly green?

Digging through building structures, hardscapes, and landscapes to fix a few small leaks can be harmful to the environment. Developed by US Navy, epoxy repiping in trenchless sewer repairs controls water pollution while conserving water supplies with eco-friendly efficiency. While traditional repiping methods can take up to 6-8 weeks, epoxy pipe lining can only need 1 to 2 days to repair a sewer line depending on the water system.

What Is The Cost Compared to Traditional Sewer Line Repair?

Trenchless sewer repair (epoxy coating) can be 50 percent less expensive than traditional sewer line replacement. Technology manufacturer Nu-Flow designed epoxy lining to preserve existing piping systems instead of temporarily fixing big problems. Our epoxy treatment is guaranteed no leaks for 10 years, which is why we strongly recommend this sewer line rehabilitation.

Contact us today to learn more about our trenchless sewer line repair cost & process!